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In early April, Kellenberg was in shambles. After losing a heartbreaker to Fordham Prep in last year’s CHSAA ‘AA’ Intersectional final, the Firebirds dropped their first five matches to begin the 2017 season. A month and a half later, Kellenberg captured eight straight wins en route to its second CHSAA ‘AA’ downstate final in three years.
After conceding the first goal of the game, Ward Melville showered the back of the net with a barrage of goals and brushed aside Hills East 15-6 in the Suffolk ‘A’ semifinals at Islip high school Thursday afternoon.
A second viewing of the Hewlett zone Wednesday wasn’t nearly as confounding for Garden City, which cruised to a 14-2 win in the Nassau Class B semifinals at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium.
For the second time this season, Lynbrook and Locust Valley played to a close 12-9 result. However, this time it was Lynbrook that captured the victory in the Nassau ‘C’ semifinals at James M. Shuart Stadium Wednesday evening.
On Wednesday afternoon at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium, the Dalers joined that conversation thanks to the shot everyone is talking about. Kyle Tucker ripped in the winner with five seconds left to lift third-seeded Farmingdale to a stunning 11-10 win over second-seeded Syosset in the Nassau ‘A’ semifinals.
After the Syosset shot is blocked by Jake Oemcke, Tyler Sullivan scoops up the ground ball and motors over midfield. Oemcke fires a shot that is knocked down. Kyle Tucker picks up the loose ball and rifles home the game-winner with five seconds left in the fourth quarter.
Two rivals meet as third-seeded Smithtown West takes on second-seeded Smithtown East Thursday evening with a berth in the Suffolk Class A title game on the line.Watch live on News 12 Varsity!
Mulholland scored just 45 seconds into the quarter, the first of three goals in a 20-second span, en route to a 12-7 win over the fifth-seeded Cyclones at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium.
Something magical is brewing in Cold Spring Harbor and it has been for quite some time. On Tuesday night at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium, the Seahawks notched another mark in the win column with a 15-8 victory over North Shore in the Nassau Class C semifinal.
A berth in the Nassau Class A final is on the line when third-seeded Farmingdale faces second-seeded Massapequa at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. live on News12Varsity.com.
Cold Spring Harbor’s Ian Laviano dodges, stops and then rips a shot high for his fourth goal of the game and 9-3 advantage over North Shore in the opening minute after halftime.
The Chiefs responded in a big way, scoring 10 unanswered goals in the second half to beat Port Washington, 15-4, in the Nassau Class A semifinals Tuesday afternoon at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium.
Jimmy Cavallo, Dylan Butler and Mike Kinney bring you the latest edition of the Tri-State Boys Lacrosse Top 20 poll every Tuesday with highlights, reaction and more.
Jimmy Cavallo and Andrew "The Raff" Rappaport present our weekly Tri-State Girls Lacrosse Top 20 poll. Who will be No. 1 this week? Watch every Tuesday to find out.
A berth in the Nassau Class C final is on the line when fourth-seeded North Shore faces top-seeded Cold Spring Harbor at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium Tuesday at 8:00 p.m. live on News12Varsity.com.
A berth in the Nassau Class A final is on the line when fourth-seeded Port Washington faces top-seeded Massapequa at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. live on News12Varsity.com.
The versatile Gomez helped the fourth-seeded Thunderbirds reach the semifinals where they will take on top-seeded Ward Melville Thursday at 4 p.m. at Islip HS. Third-seeded Smithtown West faces No. 2 Smithtown East in the other semifinal, 6:30 p.m. also at Islip. Both games can be watched live on Optimum Channel 14.
Enter Kyle Bonesteel, a sophomore who moved from midfield to attack midway through the game and who scored the double-overtime winner to lift fifth-seeded Rocky Point to a thrilling, 11-10, win over fourth-seeded Hills West Thursday afternoon.
The St. Anthony's girls lacrosse wrapped up another season on top, defeating Sacred Heart 11-7 in the NSCHSAA championship game at Adelphi University on Thursday.
Two of the top girls lacrosse teams in the Tri-State square off on Thursday night as St. Anthony's and Sacred Heart face off in the NSCHSAA championship.
Wichelns is one of the rare holdovers from that squad a year ago and he helped make sure this year’s Connetquot team experienced a postseason victory. The Maryland-bound junior attackman had six goals and six assists in a 17-10 win over rival Sachem North in the opening round of the Suffolk Class A playoffs Tuesday.